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Monalisa Chinda opens up on why she got remarried to Victor Coker

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Court issues arrest warrant for actress Monalisa Chinda

Sultry Nollywood actress Monalisa Chinda has finally opened up on her running battle with the law after several orders by a Lagos High Court calling for her arrest over alleged tax evasion.

The thespian who explained the details of the incidents that led to the call for her arrest by the Lagos court, confirmed in an interview on YouTube that the case has since been taken up and professionally handled by her lawyers.

According to her, the widely reported and talked-about court orders were related to her failure to file her annual tax returns in respect of her company, Monalisa Code Productions and her failure to appear in court.

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The thespian also explained in the interview what convinced her to marry her husband, Victor Tonye Coker, within a month, despite having resolved never to get married again due to previous horrifying experiences.

She said she decided to marry again because she had never experienced true love prior to meeting Coker as she described her three-year-old marriage as one filled with truth, freedom and friendship, but not without fights.

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